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Meanings of Mouthable:

adjective

That may be spoken with good effect; suitable for oratory or recitation.

Mouthbrooder

ˈməʊθbruːdə

Meanings of Mouthbrooder:

noun

A freshwater cichlid fish which protects its eggs (and in some cases its young) by carrying them in its mouth.

Usage examples:

Like them, they are polygamous mouthbrooders with no pair bonds and a tendency to harass females.

Meanings of Mouthful:

noun

A quantity of food or drink that fills or can be put in the mouth.

Usage examples:

He took a mouthful of beer

Meanings of Mouthfuls:

noun

A quantity of food or drink that fills or can be put in the mouth.

Usage examples:

He took a mouthful of beer

Meanings of Mouthier:

adjective

Inclined to talk a lot, especially in a rude or insolent way.

Usage examples:

An especially mouthy eleven-year-old

Comparative of mouthy informal

Meanings of Mouthiest:

adjective

Inclined to talk a lot, especially in a rude or insolent way.

Usage examples:

An especially mouthy eleven-year-old

Superlative of mouthy informal

Mouthiness

ˈmaʊðɪnəs

Meanings of Mouthiness:

noun

The tendency or inclination to talk a lot, especially in a rude or insolent way.

Usage examples:

Penn is well suited to capture wilson's arrogance and mouthiness

Meanings of Mouthing:

verb

Move the lips as if saying (something).

Usage examples:

She mouthed a silent farewell
noun

The opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and vocal sounds are emitted.

Usage examples:

Ben stood transfixed with disbelief, his mouth open

Meanings of Mouthpart:

noun

Any of the appendages, typically found in pairs, surrounding the mouth of an insect or other arthropod and adapted for feeding.

Usage examples:

Crustacea are characterized by two pairs of antennae, three pairs of mouthparts, and a special type…

Mouthparts

ˈməʊθpɑːt

Meanings of Mouthparts:

noun

Any of the appendages, typically found in pairs, surrounding the mouth of an insect or other arthropod and adapted for feeding.

Usage examples:

Crustacea are characterized by two pairs of antennae, three pairs of mouthparts, and a special type…

Meanings of Mouthpiece:

noun

The part of a musical instrument, telephone, etc. designed to be put in or against the mouth.

Usage examples:

He shouted into the mouthpiece, but there was no response

Mouthpieces

ˈmaʊθ.piːs

Meanings of Mouthpieces:

noun

The part of a musical instrument, telephone, etc. designed to be put in or against the mouth.

Usage examples:

He shouted into the mouthpiece, but there was no response

Mouths

maʊθ

Meanings of Mouths:

noun

The opening and cavity in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and vocal sounds are emitted.

Usage examples:

Ben stood transfixed with disbelief, his mouth open
verb

Move the lips as if saying (something).

Usage examples:

She mouthed a silent farewell

Mouthwash

ˈmaʊθ.wɒʃ

Meanings of Mouthwash:

noun

A liquid used for rinsing the mouth or gargling with.

Usage examples:

Before leaving home, as a last-minute precaution, i also indulged in some serious mouthwash garglin…

Meanings of Mouthwashes:

noun

A liquid used for rinsing the mouth or gargling with.

Usage examples:

Before leaving home, as a last-minute precaution, i also indulged in some serious mouthwash garglin…

Meanings of Mouthwatering:

adjective

Smelling, looking, or sounding delicious.

Usage examples:

A mouth-watering mixture of french and english cuisine

Mouthy

ˈmaʊ.ði

Meanings of Mouthy:

adjective

Inclined to talk a lot, especially in a rude or insolent way.

Usage examples:

An especially mouthy eleven-year-old

Meanings of Mouton:

noun

Sheepskin cut and dyed to resemble beaver fur or sealskin.

Usage examples:

There are also some brilliant-looking mouton and coyote-leather/fur boots.

Movable

ˈmuː.və.bəl

Meanings of Movable:

adjective

Capable of being moved.

Usage examples:

They stripped the town of all movable objects and fled
noun

Property or possessions not including land or buildings.

Usage examples:

In many cases the movables are the facilities and stock-in-trade of a business

Movables

ˈmuːvəb(ə)l

Meanings of Movables:

noun

Property or possessions not including land or buildings.

Usage examples:

In many cases the movables are the facilities and stock-in-trade of a business
adjective

Capable of being moved.

Usage examples:

They stripped the town of all movable objects and fled

Movant

ˈmuːv(ə)nt

Meanings of Movant:

noun

A person who applies to or petitions a court or judge for a ruling in their favour.

Usage examples:

Sidestepping the issue of whether amateurs deserved protection usually afforded to the fourth estat…

Meanings of Move:

verb

Go in a specified direction or manner; change position.

Usage examples:

She moved to the door
noun

A change of place, position, or state.

Usage examples:

She made a sudden move towards me

Meanings of Move goalposts:

idiom

To change the rules while someone is trying to do something in order to make it more difficult for them

Usage examples:

We'd almost signed the contract when the other guys moved the goalposts and said they wanted more m…

Meanings of Move heaven and earth:

idiom

To do everything you can to achieve something

Usage examples:

He'll move heaven and earth to get it done on time.

Meanings of Move in:

collocation

Occupy a place

phrasal verb

Take possession of a new house.

Usage examples:

When i first moved in i painted everything magnolia

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